Public Information Centre #1
Online PIC

The first of two Public Information Centres (PICs) has been arranged for this project. PIC #1 is being held online through this Study Website to enable you to view details of the Study. The purpose of PIC #1 is to present the study process, existing conditions, findings of the traffic analysis, receive input on the developed alternatives of Highway 403 and Highway 6 mainline and interchange under consideration, and the process for evaluating those alternatives. The Project Team welcomes your input.

PIC #1 will be held as follows:


Thursday, June 25th, 2020.

Representatives from the MTO and AECOM will make every effort to answer questions submitted online from 10:00am to 8:00pm by the end of the day.


Come back to this website on June 25th, 2020 to access the PIC Materials.

PIC Comments:

If you are unable to join the online PIC, you can still view the PIC materials online and submit your comments. PIC comments can be submitted over a 45-day period (June 25th until August 8th, 2020). To obtain additional information or to be placed on the mailing list, please contact the Project Team via one of the methods below:

PIC Comment Form:

The PIC Comment Form will be made available on June 25th, 2020.

Click here to contact the Project Team.

Public Information Centre #2

PIC #2 will be held further along in the study process to present the evaluation of alternatives, and the details of the Project Team’s recommendations and proposed measures to mitigate potential impacts.

There is an opportunity at any time during the study for interested persons to provide input to the Project Team regarding the study. Comments are being collected to assist MTO in meeting the requirements of the Ontario Environmental Assessment Act. This material will be maintained on file for use during the Study and may be included in the project documentation. Information collected will be used in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. With the exception of personal information, all comments will become part of the public record.


Consultation with regulatory agencies, municipalities, Indigenous communities, and other interest groups will be undertaken during this study (as required), and will focus on data collection, preliminary design details, and the development of mitigation measures to avoid or reduce potential environmental impacts.